Concentrated Acids and Bases
This page provides info on how to dilute and prepare 1 molar (1M) solutions of
acids, bases, and ammonia.
||58 mls / liter
||Use 86 mls / lliter
||61 mls / liter
||56 mls / liter(1M)
28 mls / liter (1N)
||Use 71 mls / liter (1M)
||111 mls /liter (1M)
||37 mls /liter (1M)
||143 mls /liter (1M)
|85.5mls /liter (1M)
106 mls /liter (1M)
||22.5 mls /liter (1N)
68 mls /liter (1M)
Dilute 116 mls.of the concentrated acid to 1 litre of water. (2M)
Dilute 172 mls. of the concentrated acid to 1 litre with water.(2M)
Dilute 122mls. of the concentrated acid to 1 liter with water. (2M)
Pour 56 mls.of the concentrated acid slowly and with constant stirring into about 500mls. of water, cool, and dilute to 1 litre. (1M)
Prepare a saturated solution of SO2 in water. 6-7% by weght.
Ammonia solution conc.
The commercial product, S.G. 0.88 contains about 28% NH3. (15N)
Ammonia solution dilute
Dilute 335 ml of the commercial solution to 1 liter (5N)
Shake 70 gms. of crystalised salt in 1 liter of water. Filter or siphon off the liquid , and protect from CO2 of the air 0.2M
Shake 2-3 gms. of calcium hydroxide with 1 liter of water. Filter or siphon off liquid, and protest from CO2 of the air. 0.02M
Dissolve 112 gms. of KOH pellets in water , and dilute to 1 liter. (2M)
Dissolve 200 gm pellets in water and dilute to 1 liter. (5M)
Signature: Dhanlal De Lloyd, Chem. Dept, The University of The West Indies, St. Augustine campus
The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
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